Anastasia Vishnevetsky
Anastasia Vishnevetsky
Height: 5-3
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Orange, Conn.
High School: Hopkins School
Major: Brain and Cognitive Sciences

2011-12: After a year studying abroad she came back to finish among the team leaders in singles and doubles wins … first team All-NEWMAC at No. 3 singles … second team All-NEWMAC at No. 1 doubles … ITA Northeast Region Arthur Ashe Leadership and Sportsmanship Award … third team CoSIDA Academic All-American … NEWMAC Singles Player of the Week (10/17) … CoSIDA Academic All-District … Academic All-NEWMAC … went 12-5 in singles, including a 6-1 mark at No. 3 … perfect 5-0 mark in NEWMAC play … finished 12-7 in doubles … 6-2 in the No. 2 position … won her first two singles decisions of the season, including a 6-0, 6-0 win over Clark (9/18) … then rolled off seven straight singles wins after her first loss of the season … took a 6-0, 6-2 win vs. Springfield (10/8) … a 6-0, 6-0 winner against Colby (3/10) … won her first two doubles matches of the year as well with Lauren Quisenberry … started with an 8-1 win at Smith (9/10) … teamed with Michelle Dutt for her final 14 matches of the season … pair started with an 8-1 win against Springfield (10/8) … the duo also took 8-2 triumphs over Colby and Simmons (4/14).

2010-11: Did not play … spent the year studying abroad in Lausanne, Switzerland.

Off The Court at MIT: Majoring in brain and cognitive sciences … minor in French … internship with Alexion Pharmaceuticals … research in localizing language regions in the brain at the Kanwisher Lab, studying the effect of multiple sclerosis on vision at MISTI France and studying the molecular basis of Parkinson’s disease at EPFL Switzerland … Hans-Lukas Teuber Award for Excellence in Academics in Brain and Cognitive Sciences (2010) … Burchard Humanities Scholar (2009) … Arts Scholar (2009) …  Balanced Man Scholar Finalist (2009) … has served as a lecture coordinator for Braintrust; Secretary for the Literary Society; and Coordinator for Friends of Jaclyn.

High School: A 2008 graduate of the Hopkins School.